New..diet and exercise plan help?

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Jan 4, 2015 8:53am
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Hi there I'm new and my goal is to lose 25-30 lbs in these next 2 months. I had a baby 12weeks ago and haven't been able to lose the baby weight. Can anyone help me with a diet/exercise plan?
Current stats~ 145 goal 112-117 (pre pregnancy weight )
Weight is evenly distributed. I have a newborn so I'm limited on time but NEED and WANT to lose this weight. ...can anyone help please? :)

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Jan 4, 2015 12:42pm
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First, congrats on your baby! Enjoy every moment. 
As far as the weight loss goes, it's not an easy task. My advice is to find a minimum of 45 minutes, 6 days a week and do a full body routine.  Incorporate yoga three times a week. Builds strength, flexibility, and balance.  

Eat healthy! Lotsa fruit, veggies and fish. Stay away from red meat, pork, processed crap and refined sugar. 

Make the commitment, motivate yourself! No one can do it for you. Youll see change happen in no time! 
05 Jan
Thank u :) I'm going to try! !
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Jan 4, 2015 7:26pm
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Hello!
My congratulations on your baby!:)
I wish health for you and your baby)
This programme is perfect.for example I really lost kg during December.this programme really helps.choose 'exercises to lose weight'and do it!Good luck !:)

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Jan 4, 2015 9:04pm
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buz you just had baby you should eat good especialkly if breastfeeding... walking is always good. few abdominals but work into it your not completely healed! good luck with everything!!!

05 Jan
Thank u I will take that advice!:)
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Jan 4, 2015 9:36pm
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If you are not breastfeeding, then i believe the Atkins diet would be a good option for rapid weight loss. Good luck and congrats on your baby

05 Jan
I am considering Adkins it always works for me, the first week or so is so difficult though!! Lol. I am breastfeeding...is that bad?
05 Jan
just b sure n take multivitamin
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Jan 6, 2015 12:35pm
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if you are breastfeeding their organic demands for nutrients such as calcium, and sugar will be larger. Not provide these nutrients in diet leads to rapid comsuption of its reserves in the blood, which can cause hypoglycaemic attacks or even disrupt lactation. For now the best bet is a healthy diet and workout. Good luck !!!

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